Exposition of the Apostles' Creed


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Rev. James Dodds, D.D. was a noted religious writer, educated in Edinburgh, joining the Free Church, serving in Dunbar for most of his career. In this exposition, he writes primarily to a lay audience to make the fundamental beliefs of the Apostles' Creed more accessible. Although he does not delve into the history of the development of the Creed, he draws from a wide body of reading, especially that of Martin Luther. - Summary by Larry Wilson (3 hr 57 min)

Chapters

Editorial and Prefatory Notes 2:03 Read by Larry Wilson
Introduction 10:40 Read by Mark Warner
Article I Section 1.—I Believe 5:32 Read by Mark Warner
Article I Section 2.—God 12:13 Read by Mark Warner
Article I Section 3.—The Father 5:50 Read by Mark Warner
Article I Section 4.—Almighty 2:44 Read by Kathleen Moore
Article I Section 5.—Maker of Heaven and Earth 8:05 Read by Kathleen Moore
Article 2 Section 1.—And in Jesus Christ 4:28 Read by Kathleen Moore
Article 2 Section 2.—Jesus 6:42 Read by Kathleen Moore
Article 2 Section 3.—Christ 7:20 Read by Kathleen Moore
Article 2 Section 4.—His Only Son 7:10 Read by Bill Mosley
Article 2 Section 5—Our Lord 5:43 Read by Bill Mosley
Article 3 11:04 Read by Bill Mosley
Article 4 Section 1.—Suffered under Pontius Pilate 11:52 Read by Bill Mosley
Article 4 Section 2.—Was Crucified 7:49 Read by Bill Mosley
Article 4 Section 3.—Dead 10:26 Read by Bill Mosley
Article 4 Section 4.—And Buried 7:34 Read by Bill Mosley
Article 5 Section 1.—He Descended into Hell 19:49 Read by Bill Mosley
Article 5 Section 2.—The Third Day He Rose Again from the Dead 8:36 Read by Devorah Allen
Article 6 8:23 Read by Mark Warner
Article 7 5:55 Read by Mark Warner
Article 8 8:10 Read by Mark Warner
Article 9 Section 1.—The Holy Catholic Church 11:05 Read by Mark Warner
Article 9 Section 2.—The Communion of Saints 10:52 Read by Michael Fassio
Article 10 10:52 Read by Michael Fassio
Article 11 9:22 Read by Michael Fassio
Article 12 12:47 Read by Michael Fassio
Appendix 4:09 Read by Larry Wilson